World War II lasted six years. That's 2,194 days. What happened in those six years? In this new "diary," author Richard Binder takes a radical new approach to telling the story of the worst conflict humanity has ever experienced. Instead of trying to cover everything, he relates the happenings of just 366 days, the length of a single year. Choosing events great and small from the beginning of the war to its bitter end, he gives you a fascinating and sometimes shocking look at things you know from your high-school history and things you may never have heard of.
Author: Richard Binder Publisher: Richard Binder Published: 02/21/2015 Pages: 440 Binding Type: Paperback Weight: 1.10lbs Size: 7.99h x 5.24w x 0.98d ISBN: 9780988407954
About the Author Richard Binder's fascination with vintage fountain pens led to an equally compulsive thirst for knowledge about World War II and from there to the writing of this book. When he is not restoring pens or studying the war, he enjoys spending time with his wife Barbara and their two Abyssinian cats. Cooking good food and maintaining their 1846 New England home occupy many happy hours for all four of the home's residents.